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Is Wonder Woman/Diana Prince magic?

I know her lasso is magic and her bracelets are magic and when she spins lightning happens and she changes into her outfit, but is Wonder Woman/Diana Prince herself magic? Without the lasso and bracelets and the lightning, can she do anything?

by Anonymousreply 601/21/2013

[quote]Without the lasso and bracelets and the lightning, can she do anything?

Make the eagle on her breastplate flap it's wings.

by Anonymousreply 101/21/2013

If any of you people learns how to use Google, even just for Wikipedia, this place is toast.

by Anonymousreply 201/21/2013

Yes, people can Google and go to Wikipedia, but threads are meant to begin discussing and promote debate. That's kind of what a message forum is about. Talking, getting different perspectives.

by Anonymousreply 301/21/2013

[quote]Yes, people can Google and go to Wikipedia, but threads are meant to begin discussing and promote debate. That's kind of what a message forum is about. Talking, getting different perspectives.

You're absolutely right. Why should the facts of Wonder Woman be confined to academia?

by Anonymousreply 401/21/2013

[quote]Why should the facts of Wonder Woman be confined to academia?

I agree. Why should only intelligent people discuss a comic book character as if she was real.

by Anonymousreply 501/21/2013

[quote]is Wonder Woman/Diana Prince herself magic? Without the lasso and bracelets and the lightning, can she do anything?

Yes. Even without her magical artifacts, she has a wide array of superhuman powers, at first as a being formed out of clay and given life by the gods, now as the daughter of Zeus and an Amazon. The television show may have portrayed her as powerless without the bracelets, but in the comics she has always had inherent superpowers, although they have varied in type and intensity down through the years

by Anonymousreply 601/21/2013
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